The news that Democratic star Wendy Davis, candidate for Texas governor, has altered some facts in her personal narrative is clearly disappointing to members of the party so enthused about the attractive, gutsy state senator.
Canada’s rise in the world started in a hockey game in the 2002 Winter Olympics between the Canadian and U.S. women's teams.
Chris Christie today has to ask himself exactly what it was that pushed such a collection of New York billionaires to rush him to the front lines of conservative American politics so few winters ago.
Regarding e-cigarettes, and e-cigars: They are totally different than cigarettes and cigars. There is no tar, no smoke, and people would live far longer if they quit real cigarettes and began smoking e-cigarettes. The ninnies and nanny-staters should be glad when anyone quits smoking and takes up e-cigs instead.
Prediction: In the next few months, before the redbuds and dogwoods spot the Virginia hills, the Northeast Democrats will throw Hillary Clinton and company under the bus.
The Associated Press's recent error-filled article concerning the ObamaCare Spanish-language site apparently is the best story published by the AP over the last month.
Moshe Ya'alon's comments were outrageous, American reaction was strong and deserved, and while the apology is welcome, very large issues remain.
The Associated Press's recently published but factually challenged report that the ObamaCare Spanish-language site is written in “Spanglish” is both funny and pathetic. Years of high-school Spanish seem to have been wasted upon these journalists.
History is what remains when everything else falls away and then it begins to make sense. Our times, the times which began at Yalta and are ending today, might be recalled for one Zen moment in June 1967.
It now appears that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) may have used funds earmarked to help victims of Hurricane Sandy for tourism ads he starred in during his reelection campaign.